8 Simple fruit puree recipes for baby – Stage 1 baby food puree recipes

Simple fruit puree recipes for baby

How to make fruit purees for baby

Even though this website has been up for almost 5 years now and we have umpteen articles on how to introduce food to baby and what can be given to a 6 months old when just starting, we still get the most question about this. Of course, it is natural! A first time parent wants to know what to give and how to make something that might appear simple to others.

Today I am sharing 8 simple fruit purees which can be given to babies during that first few months of solid feeding. These are single ingredient purees and are usually safe and non-allergenic. Once your baby moves on to mixed purees and cereals, you may also mix these purees to them.

 

8 simple fruit purees for baby

 

Banana puree recipe for babies

This is one of the best and easiest first food purees to prepare. 

Ingredients

Ripe banana

BM or formula Milk to add

How to

Blend/ Puree the banana using a fork or a blender.

Add BM or formula milk to thin the consistency.

 

Check out our detailed video about how to make 4 simple fruit puree recipes for babies.

 

Apple sauce recipe for baby

Apple sauce is another good and safe first food. However, some babies might suffer from constipation when introduced to applesauce. If your baby shows signs of constipation then discontinue it for few weeks and try again later.

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Ingredients

Apple peeled and cut into pieces

Water to cook

Recipe

Put apple pieces in a pan.

Add just enough water to cover pieces and cook.

Cook apple till tender. If water evaporates, add some more.

When cooked, cool a little and blend to a smooth sauce.

 

 

Cheeku puree recipe for babies

Cheeku or sapota is another soft fruit which can be given to babies.

Cheeku puree for baby

 

Ingredients

Ripe Cheeku/ sapota / sapodilla

BM or formula Milk to add

How to

Blend/ Puree the cheeku using a fork or a blender.

Add BM or formula milk to thin the consistency.

 

Avocado puree recipe for baby

Avocado is a very nutritious fruit which is rich in healthy fats. However, be sure to choose a soft, ripe avocado as raw avocado will be useless.

Ingredients

Ripe avocado

BM or formula Milk to add

How to

Blend/ Puree the avocado using a fork or a blender.

Add BM or formula milk to thin the consistency.

Also read:

5 avocado recipes for babies and kids

 

Apple puree recipe for baby (7 months+)

Around 7 months, you may also give your baby raw apple puree. It is very easy to make.

Peel and core apple.

Cut the apple into small chunks.

Put into a blender jar and blend to a smooth puree.

Feed immediately and it tends to get dark if kept.

 

Papaya puree recipe for Babies ( 9 months+)

Ingredients

Ripe papaya

BM or formula Milk to add

How to

Blend/ Puree the papaya using a fork or a blender.

Add BM or formula milk to thin the consistency.

 

Muskmelon puree recipe for babies (8-9 months)

Muskmelon is also a nice and mild fruit, which can be given to baby as a puree.

Ingredients

Ripe muskmelon

BM or formula Milk to add

How to

Slice the musk melon and remove seeds.

Peel the cleaned slices and cut into small pieces.

Blend/ Puree the musk melon using a fork or a blender.

Add BM or formula milk to thin the consistency.

 

Kiwi puree recipe for baby (10 months+)

Kiwi is a fruit rich in vitamins A, C and K. It also provide provides minerals like Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Calcium. Kiwi has a lot of water content, so there is no need to add any water or milk to make the puree.

Kiwi puree for baby

 

Ingredients

Ripe kiwi

How to

Blend/ Puree the papaya using a fork or a blender.

If you feel the puree is to thin, then you may add a little cereal to thicken it.

 

Hope these fruit puree recipes for baby will help you in planning your baby’s meals. Do not forget to share this article if you like it and found it helpful.

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